Number of new coronavirus cases lowest since mid-October

Ljubljana – The number of new coronavirus cases continues to drop in Slovenia, with 677 new cases detected on Sunday, the lowest daily count since mid-October. The National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ) estimates there are about 22,100 active cases in the country. Government data show that a further 16 Covid-19 patients died yesterday.


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Volunteers clock in more than 7.3 million hours of work a year

Ljubljana – Slovenian volunteers clock in over 7.3 million hours of work annually, Public Administration Minister Boštjan Koritnik noted in his address to a two-day virtual congress of Slovenian volunteers, which started on Thursday, focusing on the role of volunteers and solidarity in addressing social and environmental challenges.

Bosnia’s Judiciary Still Reluctant to Answer Emailed FOI Requests

Nearly 10 per cent of judicial institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina which responded to BIRN's FOI request insisted that requests for access to information be submitted in person or by mail, while some offered fax as an alternative.

BIRN sent inquiries to 96 courts and prosecutors' offices on how they receive requests for free access to information.

New Phishing Scam Gains Currency in Bulgaria, Cyber Security Experts Warn

There is a new surge in phishing attacks with fake e-mails about outstanding liabilities to the National Revenue Agency (NRA). Fake messages are sent on behalf of private enforcement agents, the NRA has warned. In recent days, thousands of Bulgarians have received intimidating letters on their e-mails.